Manchester United have been linked with Eintracht Frankfurt goal machine Luka Jovic.

Jovic is expected to leave in the coming months following their failure to qualify for the Champions League.

The striker’s stock has risen exponentially during his two years in Germany scoring 36 goals in 75 competitive games for Eintracht Frankfurt, but according to the Serbia international himself, that return is no surprise.

The Serbian international  emerge as a name on the international stage this season scoring 17 times in the Bundesliga and scoring a competition-high 10 goals as Frankfurt reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Europa League.

The 21-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid, but there has also been speculation linking him with a move to Man City or even Manchester United, despite their lack of Champions League football next campaign.

“From my experience in the Europa League, I would say that some other leagues in Europe are more suited to me and my way of playing football,” he told Die Welt.

“In terms of the physique, the Bundesliga is very demanding, but after the games against Chelsea or Inter Milan, I personally had the feeling that I could feel even better [playing] in the Premier League or Serie A.

“The way the teams play there suits me better.

“I’m looking forward to seeing my level compared to the best players in the world. One thing is clear: I want to succeed in my career.”